The information displayed on this dashboard has been extracted from 44,110
online postings for jobs in Brampton, collected in the period from
May 2022 to Apr 2023.
Jobs in Brampton amounted to 3.1% of all jobs in Ontario.
All Brampton job demand information displayed here is extracted from the job postings automatically,
with an accuracy of at least 90%. A small error margin of 10% or less is possible,
mostly due to the ambiguity of the information that employers provide in their job postings.
13,463 of all postings for
Brampton jobs listed a salary. The average salary advertised in them was
$43,631 to $48,671.
The most advertised job categories in Brampton were
Material handlers; Retail salespersons; and Administrative assistants.
The most in-demand required skills that employers listed
when advertising jobs in Brampton were Communication skills
(required by 43.5% of all Brampton jobs)
, and Customer Service
Employers who advertised job openings in Brampton included
Loblaw Companies Limited, Rogers Communications, and Brampton, Corporation of the City of.
Brampton is a city in Southern Ontario, part of Peel Region and of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), located just North of Mississauga and North-West of Toronto. Brampton is the seat of Peel Region's municipal government. Brampton is the 11th most populated city in Canada, and the 3rd largest city in the GTA after Toronto and Mississauga (ahead of Markham, Vaughan, and Oakville). Major employers include Rogers Communication, Chrysler Canada, Maple Lodge Farms, Loblaw Companies, and others. Like jobs in Vaughan and Oakville, there is a high percentage of manufacturing jobs in Brampton. Assembly jobs, engineering jobs, and management jobs are well represented as well. An interesting fact about Brampton is that its employment market is strongly dependent on large employers: 23.4% of Brampton's jobs were at companies with 500 and more employees, and almost half (46%) of all jobs in Brampton are at companies with more than 100 employees.